New York University Teacher Residency
City Year is proud to partner with New York University Teacher Residency, a one-year combined residency and Master of Arts in teaching program, so our alums can continue to lead on transformational change on pressing social problems.
New York University Teacher Residency offers City Year alums
- Earn eligibility for New York State initial teacher certification in English, mathematics, science, social studies or special education
- Access scholarships and living stipends from New York University Steinhardt and partner schools and residential housing where available
- Join a cohort learning model within partner schools
- Receive deep mentoring and support from New York University faculty and experienced teachers
Why City Year loves New York University Teacher Residency
New York University Teacher Residency offers transformative teacher preparation by combining comprehensive instruction from a world-renowned research university with deep partnerships in districts and charter public schools across the country. Your practical preparation happens directly in the classroom where you learn how to serve all students, create an inclusive classroom environment and become an integral part of a school and community. New York University Teacher Residency team provides you mentoring, coaching, advising and moral support, creating a safe and effective environment for you to learn and grow.
The teacher residency partners with school districts and charter organizations that share its goal to transform teacher preparation. Participation in the residency must be with one of its partner schools in these regions: New York City; Upstate and Central New York; Danbury, CT; Washington, D.C.; Palm Beach, FL; or San Francisco, CA. The City Year experience is a strong indicator of future success at New York University’s Teacher Residency, and serving with City Year strengthens an applicant’s chances of being selected as a teacher resident.
Visit the New York University Teacher Residency admissions website to learn more about the application process and apply online.
Cohorts start in June. Please compare the start date to your AmeriCorps graduation date to limit conflicts.
To identify your City Year affiliation
City Year AmeriCorps members and alums should highlight their City Year experience on their résumés as part of the application materials.
Please also contact email@example.com to identify your City Year affiliation after submitting your application.
For more information
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 710-6381 with any questions.
Please note that all admissions decisions are made by New York University Teacher Residency. AmeriCorps members and alums interested in applying must complete the full application process.